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University of Minnesota Scientists Successfully Fuel Tractor with Fertilizer

Researchers at the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) have invented a method by which farm tractors are able to run on a mixture of diesel fuel and anhydrous ammonia. According to MPR News, UMM researchers used a 70/30 blend of diesel and fertilizer and are hopeful that the tech’s increasing cost-effectiveness can help cut down farm equipment emissions by as much as 50%.
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Blue River Technology Could ‘Redefine Farmer Input Costs’

Following a visit to John Deere’s new Intelligent Solutions Group (ISG) headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, during the last week of May, Stanley Elliott, analyst with Stifel, says he sees opportunities with “Deere working to monetize its data platform as well as commercialize technologies acquired in the Blue River deal.”
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CNH Industrial Rolls Out 3-D Printed Parts Capability

The possibility of 3-D printing replacement parts for ag equipment has been talked about for a decade or more. Now, CNH Industrial is making it a reality. The company has taken a significant step in the implementation of Additive Manufacturing technology by producing its first 3-D printed replacement parts.
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